The Different Types of Beer

The Different Types of Beer | By Joseph J King

Beer is a favorite drink of millions of American men. It is a great beverage to have while watching the Sunday afternoon football game with the buddies. Beer is an alcoholic drink made from the fermentation of wheat, barley, hops, rice or corn. Beer has a very long history going all the way back to when the egyptians walked the earth. Now a days there are thousands of different types of beer around the world. I will briefly discuss some of the most common types that you can find at your local liquor store.

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Ale: Has a higher alcohol percentage than most beers. Usually tastes a little bitter and is made from hops.

Bitter beer: The beer is from England. It is usually very bitter beer as it has a very high content of alcohol.

Bock: Lager beer made from malt. Dark and strong, a little sweet tasting.

Ice: Smooth tasting beer that is brewed in below freezing temperatures.

Lager: Beer that is fermented for months at a time.

Lambic: Beer from Belgium. Beer that is brewed with different fruits.

Light: Reduced calories and alcohol percentage.

Malt Liquor: Fermented at high temperatures with a higher than normal alcohol percentage.

Pilsner: Lager that is made from hops.

Sake: Beer that is made from rice. It is drunk at room temperature.

Stout: Made from barely. It is very dark and color and bitter.

Trappist: Made in Belgium and the Netherlands. It is made by Trappist monks.

Wheat: This beer is made from wheat.

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Now you are informed of every type of beer. Next time you go out to buy some you will know how each one is made.

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